I had the same issue and I just get the info that it seems some config changes solved it. -But its more or less a Workaround-
a)Minor Acq. was set from 60 to 180 min.
b)Ping Sweep:many subnets where configured to be included;
1) all subnets were removed, changes were applied (I think this is important so all entries will be removed from ANIServer.properties file)
2) ping sweep was left enabled
c) subnet acquisition: many subnets were configured to be included in major acquisition
1) all subnets were removed, changes were applied (see above)
2) the upper left checkbox was unchecked, changes were applied
IPv6 discovery was set to OFF
Many changes at a time so I could not precisely say which was the cause, but I start to think that the config files are unable to deal with large IP or subnet entries in a row. (UT subnet configuration is written in ANIServer.properties and all entries are in a row..)
In this environment these changes doesn´t really changed so much, so this wasn´t a problem.
Another suggestion I have is that there were class C subnets that were included and class A subnets that were excluded both subnets have the same first byte so there was an overlapping and perhaps UT can´t deal with it.
How do you modify the ANIServer.properties file and keep it as a PROPERTIES tyype file vs. a text file? When I go to edit the file I need to use notepad or wordpad and then it wants to save it as a .txt file.
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